Mackay Mansion

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It is former residents who are said to linger here. The site has been featured on TV’s The Dead Files.

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    291 S D St
    Virginia City, NV 89440
    United States

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    39.30646429999999, -119.6503174
    Storey County, Nevada
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    1. Apparently this is the building in which my great-grandmother died when she was 28 or 38 depending on the article you read. She was a servant there and fell down the stairs. She was called “rickety Kate” as she had rickets as a child. Her daughter was in an orphanage in Reno. She was taken away from her when Kate was convicted of selling alcohol to Indians. She had such a sad life.

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